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2009-05-19 11:25:31

Josh Friedman, the showrunner for the recently canceled U.S. television drama Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, is thanking its fans for their support. The sci-fi series, based on the iconic film franchise, ran for two seasons on Fox. By now most of you have heard the news that 'T:SCC' is canceled, Friedman said in a blog posting Monday on the show's Web site. I know a lot of you are angry about the cancellation and want to find a place to direct your anger and to that I say do...

2008-09-06 12:00:12

By Scott D. Pierce Deseret News BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- The producers of "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" had a built-in audience when their show debuted back in January -- the millions of fans of the "Terminator" movies. But it was a double-edged sword, because so many of them seemed so anxious to dislike the TV series because it wasn't the movies. And Arnold Schwarzenegger was nowhere to be seen. "People didn't really know ... what to expect of our show. If we were going to...

2006-09-01 03:29:12

By Anne Thompson LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - It's damned tough for even big-name filmmakers to get a movie made these days. It helps to be a versatile jack-of-all-trades, someone who can play the studio game and make the occasional compromise. But most directors are better at some things than others; they are drawn to certain themes and subjects that resonate and are not necessarily commercial. Martin Scorsese revels in the Little Italy gangster milieu; John Ford liked to make...

2006-08-16 07:04:22

By Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON (Reuters) - To hear some punsters tell it, it's time for Hollywood to "kick asp." After endless parodies, Weblogs, videos, books, news reports and T-shirts, "Snakes on a Plane" finally opens in the United States on Friday with no one knowing quite what to expect from the super-hyped film other than a story about reptiles patrolling a panicky passenger jet. There have been no advance showings of the $30 million dollar movie after an amazing run of publicity...

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2006-08-16 08:00:00

WASHINGTON -- To hear some punsters tell it, it's time for Hollywood to "kick asp." After endless parodies, Weblogs, videos, books, news reports and T-shirts, "Snakes on a Plane" finally opens in the U.S. on Friday with no one knowing quite what to expect from the super-hyped film other than a story about reptiles patrolling a panicky passenger jet. There have been no advance showings of the $30 million dollar movie after an amazing run of publicity that seems to have the whole wired world...


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